Published by Ken Wilson,
The May 2018 home screen contains a few new apps and a lot of classic oldies that just keep getting the jump done.
A few highlights:
- YNAB – Personal budget tool, right at my fingertips for logging every purchase
- LumaFusion – it’s like FCPX on an iPhone. Don’t let the price intimidate you, it’s worth every penny if you want a powerful, mobile (and Universal) video editor. The feature list is long. Highlights include backup of projects through any cloud service, titles, multiple tracks, and all buttery-smooth. The kids and I made this video with it dedicated to Debbie, the chicken in Netflix’s remake of Lost in Space (set to scenes from a recent trip to Hobby Lobby). https://youtu.be/lpdorNZg_lU
- Hoopla – 8 downloads per month for free from your local library. What’s not to love? I’m currently listening to the audiobook of Simon Sinek’s Start With Why. Classic.
- Forest – Gamified pomodoro for better productivity. You know...
And I’d be remiss if I did not mention http://www.makeovr.io/m/ which is responsible for the un-iPhone-like grid layout.